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Fun with Numbers: JOBS October 23, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in People.

220px-Lightning_striking_the_Eiffel_Tower_-_NOAAIf you want to play with numbers, check out:

Do You Love Your Job?  Find Your Direction

To reveal your direction number:

1. Add your month, day, and year of birth.
2. Reduce the total to a single number.
3. Use all four digits of your birth year.


Janet’s birth date is June 12, 1972

June = 6

12 = 1 + 2 = 3

1972 = 1 + 9 + 7 + 2 = 19 = 1 + 9 = 10 = 1 + 0 = 1

Add the final numbers together: 6 + 3 + 1 = 10 = 1 + 0 = 1 (10)

Janet’s Direction number: 1

For interpretation of your Direction Number, see the original post:  Do You Love Your Job?  Find Your Direction

Related posts:  Fun with Numbers: Numerology


1. aardvarkian - October 23, 2010

August 3, 1965

8 + 3 + 3 = 14 (5)

2. aardvarkian - October 23, 2010

5 You thrive on freedom, travel, change, and variety. Sales, advertising, investigator, travel industry, adventurer, psychologist, politician, mining, surveyor, import-export dealer, driver, messenger, courier.

3. nrhatch - October 23, 2010

James ~ Sounds like you’re a true Renaissance Man! Why am I not surprised?

4. Joanne - October 23, 2010

8 = “You are a born leader and have good judgment and an innate ability to organize, manage, and get things done. Supervisor, organizer, manufacturer, industrialist,business owner, real estate, finance, negotiator, law.”

Even though my job title is “teacher” I feel more like a “supervisor”… But lately I’ve been wondering what else is it that I can do full-time.

It also says I have good judgement… I wondered about that with my qustionble choices past in relationships…

So, I followed the links down the rabbit hole you wrote about, Alice (Nancy) to look up which number is most compatible with an 8… Turns out it’s a 1..

Ironically, my youngest one’s dad is a 1 — but that was the physically abusive realationship… Good thing they inserted a “numerology disclaimer” at the bottom of that page 🙂

nrhatch - October 23, 2010

Numerology disclaimer . . . 🙂

I have a hard time wrapping my head around the claim that everyone born on a given birth date is in essence a “clone” of the others.

But I like doing exercises like this. It’s fun to play with numbers.

5. jannatwrites - October 24, 2010

I couldn’t resist trying this out and I came up with a “5”. I added the numbers three times to be sure because it just doesn’t seem right. The only thing close is that I do have a BS in Psychology, but I realized my mistake and did something else.

Fun exercise anyway, though!

nrhatch - October 24, 2010

That’s how BFF and I both felt . . . it just didn’t seem like “us” and our preferences.

But, like opening a fortune cookie or reading your horoscope, when it fits, it seems magical.

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